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. former penn state assistant coach jerry sandusky to effaces more than 50 counts of child sexual abuse. -- he faces. >> the hearing will get under way at 8:30 this morning. it's not clear how many, but several of the accusers will take the stand. a judge will then decide if the case can go to trial. >> how many more children will come forward commentar? >> cui will hear their account of what allegedly happened today for the first time. >> there will be more of an adversarial process. it will be uncomfortable, but my client is ready to go forward. >> figure is sandusky is charged with more than 50 counts with boys as young as 10. he denies the allegations. mike mcqueary is the only a delta witness to an alleged attack on the child by jerry sandusky weber is testimony about whether he actually saw the assault is being called into question. -- whether his testimonymike mcqueary's testimony is being called into question. there's a good possibility that jerry sandusky could take a stand. during will get under way at 8:30 this morning. brianne carter reporting. >> court officials decided to
. >>> face-to-face, former penn state assistant football coach jerry sandusky to hear his accusers today in court. >>> and shutdown, anti-wall street protesters trying to close west coast ports clash street protesters trying to close west coast ports clash with police. captioning funded by cbs this is the "cbs morning news" for tuesday, december 13th, 2011. >>> good morning, everybody. thanks for joining us. >>> we begin with breaking news, the deadly crash of two army helicopters in washington state. the two helicopters, based at ft. lewis mccord near olympia went down during a training mission last night. >> we're sad to report tonight that four army aviators were killed in an innocent with two army helicopters. >> two other service members were injured. the helicopters crashed in a remote training area south of olympia. the cause of the crash is not known. the army is investigating. >>> now the latest on the penn state sex abuse scandal and former penn state assistant coach jerry sandusky. it's reported he continued coaching at a small pennsylvania college last year, even though he ha
tomorrow. jerry sandusky will go to court for the first time. he is said to be dreading what is ahead. he will be surrounded by family and friends while a number of young men detail the horrific abuses that allegedly took place. >> reporter: it's likely to be a dramatic confrontation in just a few hours. jerry sandusky will face the eight men who originally accused him of molesting them. this is a hearing to determine if there is enough evidence to move forward. prosecutors prom the testimonies will be explosives. for the first time jerry sandusky will hear exactly what his accusers have told prosecutors. he is charged with sex crimes against ten boys over a span of 15 years. taking the stand tuesday morning, the eight original young victims. >> young men who are resolute and who are going to come forward and tell a united story because the stories just are so strikingly similar over such a long period of time. >> reporter: they are expected to talk about meeting sandusky through the second mile youth program and what happened at sandusky's hand. the judge will decide just how much latitu
mcqueary gives a graphic eyewitness account of how jerry sandusky allegedly molested a young boy. armen keteyian was in the courtroom. mark strassmann reports the death of a member of a florida a&m marching band has been ruled a homicide by hazing. seth doane on a plan to save endangered tigers in the world that appears to be working. and "on the road" with steve hartman. how a secret santa changed a man's life. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. scott's on assignment i'm bob schieffer. new information in the penn state sex abuse scandal. we got the first detailed account of what an eyewitness says he saw when he walked in on a naked penn state assistant coach jerry sandusky and a young boy in a football locker room. details he says that he reported to school athletic officials and coach joe paterno. the lurid testimony came from assistant coach mike mcqueary at a hearing in a packed pennsylvania courtroom. our investigative correspondent armen keteyian has the story. >> reporter: in a clear, commanding voice, mcqueary said he entered a
that in a pennsylvania courtroom. >>ets let's bring you up to speed quickly. jerry sandusky waived his right to a preliminary hearing and this will go straight to trial. we all were waiting for that preliminary hearing and that has been waived. he and his attorney decided to waive it. that's the big development in the jerry sandusky case. >> so much more news surrounding this. let's head to atlanta and kyra philips. >> what a busy morning already. we're talking about jerry sandusky in court and out again. he was expected to face his accusers but he waived his right to the preliminary hearing and here's sandusky just as he left the courthouse and he faced a pretty stunned media. >> stay the course, to fight for four quarters. we'll take the opportunity to present our side. >> we couldn't do that today. >> tell me why the preliminary hearing. >> i'll come back and answer your quefgzs. >> mr. sandusky are you looking forward? >> jason carroll was actually inside the courtroom, susan candiotti has one of the victim's attorneys with her. jason, let's start with you, if you don't mind. let's talk
:16. in just a few hours, jerry sandusky will be in the same courtroom as some of the men who accuse him of abuse. a judge is trying to decide whether there is enough evidence for a criminal trial. >> this will be a chance for both the accusers and the accused to share their stories. all of this will happen in the small town of bellefonte, pennsylvania, just miles from the penn state campus. chris knolls is there live with a preview. how is this expected to unfold today, chris? >> reporter: well, good morning. as you mentioned it, just a couple of hours, we do expect the preliminary hearing to start. it will happen in courtroom one of this courthouse in center county, pennsylvania where for the first time, jerry sandusky will come face-to-face with his accusers. ten alleged victims say jerry sandusky sexually assaulted them when they were boys. some say the abuse happened in sandusky's home. right now, he's free on bail, wearing an electronic monitoring bracelet and maintains his innocence. >> how many more children do you expect to come forward, jerry? >> during tuesday's proceedings, t
>>> good morning. jerry sandusky goes to court with at least five men who will testify today that the former penn state defensive coordinator sexually abused them. we will have a live report from the courthouse. >>> president obama wants to extent the payroll tax cut, but now he's threatening to veto a republican plan that would do just that. find out what else is in that bill and why the democrats don't like it. >>> with the last u.s. troops leaving iraq this month, we'll have former vice president dick cheney if he thinks the u.s. won the war and what he thinks will happen next. >>> and the russian billionaire who owns an nba team says he'll challenge strong man vladimir putin in next year's election. we'll hear what makhali prokohrav told "60 minutes" on this tuesday, december 13th. captioning funded by cbs >>> good morning everyone. i'm jeff glor. >> i believe it is. you said december 13th and i realized we're only 12 days from christmas. >> the countdown is on baby. good morning. >> lots to get to this morning. we begin with morning with the swrarry sa
. the jerry sandusky sex abuse scandal takes a dra mat uk turn as police in pennsylvania take him into custody. >> investigators reveal new and disturbing details from sandusky's abusers. it's thursday, december 8th. >>> good morning, everybody. i'm rob nelson. >> and i'm sunny hostin. bail for sandusky has been set at $250,000 in cash. the former coach expected to make bail when he goes to court later today. but for now he is spending the night in a jail cell. he still insists of course he never broke the law. >> this arrest prompted by two new abusers. >> ten. all ten so far. >> the scene some expected to see after the initial eight people came forward. now he gets to be behind bars if just for a short amount of time. the case unbelievable. also this morning, unforgettable call to 911. a california woman calls for help when she saw an intruder breaking in. she told police she had a gun. and we'll hear how the jaw dropping story end. amazing audio on the story as to what this woman did. >> later this hour, the reality tv show stunt that backfired. producers fired off a cannon. see the damage
, jerry sandusky. he was scheduled to face his accusers and a preliminary hearing. his attorney at a different plan. >> jerry sandusky arrived at court, ready to face the media and also his alleged accusers, who were set to give emotional and damaging testimony. just as the judge called a court into session, sandusky and his attorney made a surprise move, waving his right to a preliminary hearing. >> based on our readiness, the strength of the case, i am not that surprised. >> after court was over, defense attorney said that they thought sandusky would not have the chance to define himself and they would gain nothing new from the testimony. >> we would not been able -- we would not have been able to present any witnesses, we would not have been able to present a defense. >> 8 of the 10 alleged victims were expected to testify, along with other witnesses. the men were expected to provide detailed accounts of the sexual abuse allegations against sandusky that date back more than a decade. >> the waiver means that the victims in this case, although they were ready to testify today,
. i'm rob nelson. >> and i'm sunny hostin. as many as 10 accusers may testify in the jerry sandusky hearing taking place in a tiny pennsylvania town today. it is unclear if sandusky himself will take the stand. and there are new questions about what a key witness, mike mcqueary, will say about what he saw and heard. >> extraordinary. today he will see up to ten accusers in court face to face. some of them seen for the first time. not clear who the accusers are. he will see them for the first time. an extraordinary moment in court today. >> people are guessing he will testify. that's not going to happen. >> you don't think he will take the stand? >> no. >> based on previous interviews. >> based on that. defendants don't testify at preliminary hearings. we will hear the stories of so many of the young men today. >> unbelievable story. >>> also on this tuesday morning, an awkward situation for mitt romney. during an old-fashioned campaign stop at a new hampshire diner, he sat down with a vietnam vet. instead of talking about the veteran's military background, romney was put on the spot
" -- courtroom drama. the young men accusing former penn state coach jerry sandusky of sexual abuse are set to meet him today face to face. >> prosecutors are ready to question every one of them in front of a pennsylvania judge. it's tuesday, december 13th. >>> good morning, everybody. i'm rob nelson. >> and i'm sunny hostin. as many as 10 accusers may testify in the jerry sandusky hearing. taking place in a tiny pennsylvania town today. it is unclear if sandusky himself will take the stand. and there are new questions about what a key witness, mike mcqueary will say about what he saw and heard. >> extraordinary today he will see up to ten accusers in court face to face. some of them seen for the first time. not clear who the accusers are. he will see them for the first time. an extraordinary moment uncourt today. >> people are guessing he will testify. that is not going to happen >> you don't think he will take the stand? >> no. >> based on preachous interviews. >> based on that. defendants don't testify at preliminary hearings. we will hear the stories of so many of the young men today. >
in the sex abuse scandal. the preliminary hearing of jerry sandusky begins in just hours. >> it will likely take most of the day, as several young men, as many as ten, face their accu accuser. all this happening in the small town of bellefont. tahman bradley has details. >> reporter: today, for the first time, former penn state coach jerry sandusky faces his accuser. some will explain under oath how sandusky molested them. ben an degree yoz si says his client is eager to take the stand. but the large number of press in attendance will not make it easy. >> i know it's going to be uncomfortable. but he's ready to go forward. >> any victim that goes forward with these types of cases is incredibly brave. but they have to face the person they're accusing. >> reporter: in what could be a setback for the prosecution, one of the key witnesses in the case, penn state assistant coach mike mcqueary is being called into question. mcqueary says he witnessed sandusky raping a 10-year-old boy in the team showers in 2002. and that he told head coach, joe paterno, and penn state officials about it. now, a l
>>> making news this morning, behind bars. >> new charges send jerry sandusky to jail, locking up the former coach a month after the penn state sex scandal shocked the nation. but could he still go free? >>> and millions will be waking up to a fresh coat of snow. a commuter mess from virginia to maine. >>> and one peppy point of view. seeing the game from a cheerleader's perspective. >>> good morning. i'm sunny hostin. >> and i'm rob nelson. jerry sandusky wakes up in jail this morning, the first time he's been behind bars since the sex scandal at penn state began to unfold. >> the former coach was arrested on charges after two more young men came forward to say they, too, were abused. >> their stories, all now, sadly, familiar. >> reporter: jerry sandusky is looking for a way out of prison this morning, after failing to post $250,000 bail. the former penn state assistant football coach was handcuffed and arrested wednesday afternoon, on new child sex abuse charges. he now faces more than 50 counts of sexual abuse. >> jerry's scratching his head saying, what's next? i said, don't
of name calling after jerry sandusky left court. his lawyer indicated the alleged victims made up his stories and one of the accuser called sandusky a coward. >> cbs news correspondent armen keteyian is in bellefonte, pennsylvania, with more on that five-minute hearing. >> reporter: a much, much, much quieter day than it was here yesterday morning a day in which jerry sandusky waived his right was about to face his accusers in court. now it appears we are headed to trial. in a day filled with high drama, two law enforcement sources told cbs news the prosecution is not entertaining a plea bargain in the case. a hard line stance, more than matched by sandusky attorney joe amendola. >> be no negotiations. this is a fight to the dem. this is to fight a jerry sandusky's life. >> reporter: sandusky had entered the center county courthouse under heavy security holding his wife dottie's hand but he didn't stay long. as he walked out of court after the ten-minute hearing he used a football reference to profess his innocence. >> stay the course and fight for fourth quarters. we will wait the op
to be called. late last night he and the new cocouncil he hired and jerry sandusky decided they would not have today's preliminary hearing. a number of victim his planned to be here. several were in a holding room this morning and at the last minute, it was all called off. the whole thing spanned three minutes. you mentioned one of the victims. i talked to the attorney, a victim via telephone. he said his victim was relieved. he is 24 years old and did not look forward to going into the stomach-churning details and the 23-page grand jury report. he did not want to have to go into that in court that. did not happen. also happened today, jerry sandusky waived the arraignment, that january 11th arraignment. he will not appear there as well. he entered the not guilty plea and will question the jury trial. all of that taking about three minutes. >> craig melvin for us. let's bring in radio talk show host michael smerconish. joining us by phone, prosecutor and candidate for pennsylvania attorney, thank you both. let me start with you on this development. three minutes and this could have been a dram
walked in on a naked penn state assistant coach jerry sandusky and a young boy in a football locker room. details he says that he reported to school athletic officials and coach joe paterno. the lurid testimony came from monystant coach mike mcqueary at rohearing in a packed pennsylvania courtroom. anr investigative correspondent armen keteyian has the story. >> reporter: in a clear, commanding voice, mcqueary said he entered a small football facility locker room on a friday night in march, 2002, to hear rhythmic slapping sounds coming eaom a nearby shower. glancing in a bathroom mirror near his locker he told a packed court he saw jerry standing behind a boy he believed to be ten to 12 years old. turning to get a better look, mcqueary testified seeing jerry molesting the boy, having some kind of intercourse with him. at that point mcqueary said he slammed his locker shut to announce his presence and stepped within six feet of the shower. he continued that the two were four to five feet apart. they turned so their bodies were totally looking at me. they looked directly at my eyes. mcquea
assistant football coach jerry sandusky made his first appearance in a courtroom. but not as long as expected. he walked out just minutes after his pretrial hearing was call to order. jay gray has details. >> reporter: for now, the face to face showdown between jerry sandusky and his accusers will have to wait. >> the best possible defense. to stay the course, fight for four quarters. we await the tub to present our side. >> reporter: sandusky and his attorneys left the on county courthouse this morning after a last-minute decision to forego a scheduled pretrial hearing. >> we decided late last flight that the better part of the tactical maneuver from our standpoint would be to waive today's proceeding. >> reporter: the move dramatically impacts the strategy on both sides of this high profile case. in exchange for waiving the hearing interesting defense says they were promised that prosecutors would not raise bail box provide discovery information more quickly, and if there are any new charges, that sandusky would be allowed to turn himself in. >> i think the commonwealth has been
what he saw between former coach jerry sandusky and a young boy. manuel gallegus reports from harrisburg. but first, we must warn you, some of what you are about to hear is disturbing. >> reporter: penn state assistant football coach, mike nothing mcqueary -- mike mcqueary left the courthouse giving damaging testimony against sandusky and two college officials. he testified that he saw sandusky, having what he believed to be sexual intercourse with a 10-year-old boy in the shower in 2002. he said he heard quote rhythmic slapping sounds and that he shockingly and surprisingly saw jerry in the shower with the boy. that jerry was behind the boy, in a very, very close position, holding the boy's waist, the boy's hands, up against the shower wall. mcqueary said he didn't try to stop it or call police because sandusky and the boy separated before he left the locker room. he testified he didn't say anything to sandusky, who looked back at him with a blank stare. >> reporter: mcqueary said he immediately called his father. the next morning, he met with coach joe paterno and told him e
three years. that interview's coming up in the next hour of newsroom. >>> the lawyer for jerry sandusky, the former penn state defensive coach says the time may come when his client has to think about a plea deal. that's right, the lawyer says that a plea could happen if more people come forward claiming that sandusky molested them. he told cnn contributor sarah began number that such a scenario could make this case an uphill battle. >> reporter: what is the point where you say should we talk about a plea deal? are you having those conversations? >> no, we haven't. as a matter of fact you know from your experience, sarah, that people who maintain their innocence sometimes plead guilty because of the overwhelming evidence against them. there are many people who have gone to trial who were convicted of very serious crimes, including homicides, and executed and it later turned out that they were innocent. there's a lot of reasons why people decide to do certain things, but at this point jerry has maintained his innocence in regard to the allegations he knows about. >>> penn state students
is always the issue, we'll see. >>> now to the stunning turn in the case of jerry sandusky. his first court appearance lasted less than five minutes. the former penn state coach waived his right to a preliminary hearing. sandusky pled not guilty and said he will go directly to trial. all ten of the accusers were waiting in the courthouse ready to testify that he sexually abused him. they were all there. >> we'll talk about that later in the show. seems like a game of chicken by the defense team there. >>> well, florida a&m university has embroiled in yet another hazing scandal. we told you yesterday three students there have been charged with beating a marching band member so badly she could barely walk. she was attacked not only with fists but spatulas, rulers, and book binders. now she plans to sue the school. abc news has more. >> reporter: what is most amazing about the arrest of the three florida a&m band members is they had nothing to do with this hazing incident that killed the band member. >> is he breathing or is he not breathing? >> we don't know if he is breathing. we need an amb
>>> good morning. penn state sex abuse suspect jerry sandusky gives up his right to a pretrial hearing meaning some accusers will not testify against him as intended. the latest from the courthouse. >>> president obama wants to extend the payroll tax cut and now he's threatening to veto a republican plan that will do just that. find out what else is in that bill and why the democrats don't like it. >>> the last u.s. troops leaving iraq this month, we'll ask dick cheney about that withdrawal and what he thinks will happen next. >>> and the russian billionaire who owns an nba team says he'll challenge strongman vladimir putin in next year's election. challenge strongman vladimir putin in next year's election. what prokorov said. captioning funded by cbs >>> good morning, everyone. i'm jeff glor. >> i'm rebecca jarvis. >> it is a nice sunrise. >> booueautiful sunrise. >>> jerry sandusky told the judge he didn't want to go ahead with today's pretrial hearing. >> the unexpected decision means sandusky will go on trial to face 52 charges of abuse involving ten boys and chief investig
years ago. i'm tamron hall. within the past hour, penn state assistant coach jerry sandusky has been arrested again on new criminal charges. it is apparently all part of an ongoing investigation. peter alexander joins me with more breaking news. we know that sandusky was taken in handcuffs from his home. what else do we know? >> first thing want to put up is the newest video. the video you've seen is what is looped for the last several weeks. here is the video from within the last couple of hours where authorities showed up, four of them in unmarked cars. we've been outside the sandusky family home for the last several weeks. i spent much of that time at state college. they came, they arrested mr. sandusky who you will see from this video. admittedly a little bit shaky as we were forced to stay a safe distance away from the home as he put up no trespassing signs. new security cameras as a result of some vandalization to the home that has taken place. sandusky when he does walk out of the home, you will see he is wearing a penn state track suit that has been a bitter pill for the penn
>>> good morning. coward. jerry sandusky blasted by an attorney for one of his accusers for backing out of a hearing tied to his child sex abuse case. was it a sign he's hoping for a plea deal? this morning, jerry sandusky's attorney speaks out in a live interview. >>> total ban. a total federal agency push to go ban all personal electronic devices behind the wheel nationwide. even hands-free phone calls would be off limits. will it make the road safer, or is the government going too far? >>> and who will it be? a lot of people have made their mark on the world in 2011. but only one can be named "time" magazine's person of the year. we'll reveal the answer, live today, wednesday, december 14th, we'll reveal the answer, live today, wednesday, december 14th, 2011. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> from nbc news, this is "today," with matt lauer and ann curry. live, from studio 1-a in rockefeller plaza. >> and good morning, welcome to "today" on a wednesday morning, i'm matt lauer. >> and i'm ann curry. good morning, everybody. is jerry sandusky's attorney is calling hi
. >>> this morning on "world news now" -- angry accusers. the young men who say penn state coach, jerry sandusky molested them, call him now a coward. >> that's after sandusky backed out of a preliminary court hearing at the last minute in a major legal surprise. it's wednesday, december 14th. >>> good morning, everybody. i'm rob nelson. >> and i'm sunny hostin. a surprise move in pennsylvania. i don't think anyone was expecting that when sandusky's legal team waived his right to a preliminary hearing. we'll explain what happened in court and what's next. for both sides. >> i know you have a lot to say. about this, you didn't see this coming? >> i did not. i don't think anyone did. >> wonder what the strategy is. that's the question now. does this make sense? now this will go directly to trial. >> i have some ideas. >> i think probably the smartest thing he has done. >> we'll get to more of that. an intruder accused in a church break-in picked the wrong place. this pastor packed some heat as a trained battlefield soldier before he took his career in a higher direction. what went down before serv
and breaking right now. former penn state jerry sandusky waives hi hearing this morning, saying he was not ready to present his side of the story. now the case is headed straight to trial. >>> break overnight, choppers down. two army scout helicopters go down in a horrifying, split-second crash outside seattle, killing all four soldiers on board. did they collide in midair? >>> remarkable recovery. hi the parents of a former model say her new milestone is a miracle. walking the hallways on her own. new detail this is morning. >>> and the ultimate party crashers. how one couple picked up their phone call and ended up at paris hilton's birthday bash. how adam sandler helped them crack the code. >> and good morning, everyone. to our viewers out west, an unexpected twist. jerry sandusky leaving the courthouse unexpectedly. he waived a pretrial hearing. he said he wanted to wait for the opportunity to present his side of the story. we'll have the story just ahead. >> the victims were going to be there to confront him face to face. that will now happen in january. >>> fighting words for
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. >> reporter: jerry sandusky is looking for a way out of prison this morning, after failing to post $250,000 bail. the former penn state assistant football coach was handcuffed and arrested wednesday afternoon, on new child sex abuse charges. he now faces more than 50 counts of sexual abuse. >> jerry's scratching his head saying, what's next? i said, don't ask that question. can it get worse because it can. >> reporter: two, new accusers paint a terrifying picture of what went on in sandusky's basement. that's where victim number nine told the grand jury, that sandusky ordered him to stay. the boy said he ate meals in the basement, brought to him by sandusky. and there are graphic, new details about sandusky's wife. and what she did or did not do to stop it. victim number nine was 10 to 12 years old, during the alleged attacks. and testified sandusky's wife, dottie, was in the house. but that she never came downstairs. at least once, he screamed for help, knowing sandusky's wife was upstairs. but no one came to help him. >> i didn't do those things. >> reporter: it was just last week tha
the fire under control, but nobody was hurt. >> today jerry sandusky will confront six accusers. we have a preview of today's preliminary hearing. >> jerry sandusky faces more than 50 counts of child sexual abuse. this morning prosecutors are expected to begin the hearings with the strongest witness. the man identified as victim sandusky forced himco to have sex. some of other victims are also expected to testify at as the government tries to build its case. >> it will preview the trial and see how they hold up under cross examination, which will in some way preview how likely the prosecution is to make a favorable plea bargain in this case. >> sandusky has remained under house arrest, preparing for his defense. his lawyer said his client is innocent. >> it seems all these young men are following a similar pattern. >> there could be questions surrounding the credibility of mike mcqueary. said he witnessed sandusky abusing a boy in 2002. nbc news has confirmed a report that another grand jury witness and a family friend testified when the talk to mcqueary that heard sexght, he sounds in t
. the accused former penn state assistant football coach jerry sandusky remains free on bail this morning after waiving his right to a preliminary hearing. as many as eight of sandusky's alleged victims were ready to testify in court yesterday. sandusky faces 52 counts related to alleged child sexual abuse involving ten boys. sandusky insists he will prove his innocence. >> stay the course, fight for fourth quarters. we will wait the opportunity to present our side. >> prosecutors say 11 witnesses, including most of the alleged victims, were ready to testify at that hearing. a lawyer for one of them called sandusky a coward for not facing his accusers, but there was also a sense of relief. >> every time he has to tell it in preparation and otherwise, it relives those -- those ghastly moments for him and now he doesn't have to do that. >> meanwhile, sandusky's attorney is in some hot water for comments he made after the hearing was called off. joseph amendola said that if anyone thinks penn state officials knew about sandusky's alleged behavior and failed to act, they should think again. >> thei
suspected child abuse in the jerry sandusky case. susan candiotti live in harrisburg, pennsylvania this morning. so what can we expect in court today, susan? >> reporter: well, it's going to be a very important day for the state, because the state is expected to put on mike mcqueary as a key witness to try to prove these charges of perjury and failure to report a case of alleged child abuse against these two penn state officials. it's a very important part of this case, because the state is going to issue more or less a mini preview of what's to come. they have to prove to a judge there is enough evidence that a crime was committed through the testimony of mike mcqueary and some others. >> so, susan, how are they going to prove that? >> reporter: well, of course, his testimony will be very important, and we're going it hear from him, if he indeed takes the stand, for the first time some details other than a broad overview of what he told the grand jury. we are expected to hear what mike mcqueary said that he saw back in 2002 in a locker room at penn state when he testified that he
.m. is just getting started. jerry sandusky is getting ready to face his alleged sex abuse victims in court. we will have a preview of what to expect in tomorrow's hearing. >>grant: among the credit cards stolen of the lucky food stores is a car belonging to this group. more on the story coming up. >>alejandra: the holiday shopping season is in full effect. we will tell you which days are predicted to be the busiest yet. >>catherine: if you're headed to tahoe, where is the snow? we will say the conditions in to tell you what the experts are saying about the upcoming season. >>grant: i have my hands on the new sunny police station before it hits the market. a lot of buzz on this device that could revolutionize hand-held gaming. i am gabe slate and that is coming up in my tech report. >>jaqueline: if the low pressure system that brought us rain today is moving to the southeast. we will see very cold conditions overnight with skies clearing. details coming up. >>catherine: there are still two weeks before christmas. there are whole essence hist for to any >> i went hollisters. they had 50 perc
, but no more. >>> it's 44 degrees outside. >> for penn state code jerry sandusky is speaking about the child sex abuse charges against him. what he said this time. >> now would be a good time to submit a job application to facebook. detailson my journey across america i've learned that when you ask someone in texas if they want "big" savings on car insurance, it's a bit like asking if they want a big hat... ...'scuse me... ...or a big steak... ...or big hair... i think we have our answer. geico. fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more on car insurance. [ baby coughing ] [ coughing continues ] [ female announcer ] more pollution from power plants means more childhood asthma attacks. [ labored breathing ] there's technology that makes the air cleaner but too many plants don't use it. we can't wait. epa must update power plant standards to protect our kids. [ baby coughing ] >>> 5:16. on to the scandal at penn state. former assistant football coach jerry sandusky denied sexually abusing children. he did not give a direct answer when asked if
ahead in the penn state scandal, for the former coach, jerry sandusky, facing his accusers directly in court this morning. going to show you live pictures. you're looking outside the courthouse, where the dramatic hearing will be taking place shortly. we'll have a full, live report ahead. >> it will be something when the victims go face-to-face with sandusky. >>> also, the new face of the presidential campaign. newt gingrich and mitt romney with fighting words in iowa. they have their most personal and ruthless attacks now. >> just weeks away. >>> let's get to josh elliott and the top stories developing now. >> we have a lot of breaking news to get to. we're going to begin with news out of washington state this morning. two military helicopters have crashed near tacoma at joint case lewis mccourt. it's unclear if they collided or crashed separately. the bases are the military's largest with 100,000 personnel. >>> we're following a developing story from texas this morning. two boys playing basketball outside of their middle school have been shot. one is in critical condition at this
at wnnfans.com. >> stay with us. >>> this morning on "world news now" -- speaking out. jerry sandusky insists he is innocent in his first on-camera interview since the penn state sex abuse scandal broke. >> sandusky also admitted he is attracted to young boys. it's monday, december 5th. >>> and a good monday morning to you. i'm dan kloeffler in for rob nelson. >> i'm sunny hostin. what a bizarre interview. and at one point jerry sandusky's attorney had to jump in and stop it, comments, clarifications and questions raised after the coach spoke out again, again, about the sex abuse scandal. >> i want to get your thoughts on that as a lawyer, how you kind of coordinate this message coming out there. when you hear this there is head scratching moments. >> every single attorney i have spoken to they have all thought it was just is allowing his ie to discuss this. >> abc is preparing for saturday's debate. donald trump, at the same time not ruling out in fact jumping back into the presidential race. this was a big surprise. >> i don't believe him. he wants more viewers for the apprentice. >> could
>>> good morning. breaking news. jerry sandusky speaks out. >> these allegations are false. i didn't do those things. >> in a four-hour interview with the "new york times," the man accused of sexually abusing eight boys describes in his own words what happened and the real reason he said he retired from penn state. >>> in or out, embattled republican presidential candidate is expected to make a major announcement today about the future of his campaign. will he call it quits in the wake of an alleged extra marital affair? >>> and safe and sound, the son of singer mindy mccready is taken into custody by u.s. marshals who found him hiding in a closet with his mother. we'll have the details. a closet with his mother. we'll have the details. today is december 3rd, 2011. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> good morning, everyone. welcome to "today" on a saturday. i'm lester holt. >> and i'm tamron hall filling in for amy who is off today. jerry sandusky is breaking his silence and claiming the sexual allegations against him are false. >> sandusky told the "new york times" t
welcome to today on a saturday. >> we've got some breaking news this morning. jerry sandusky breaking his silence once again and claiming the sexual abuse allegations against him are false. >> sandusky told the new york times he's not the monster that people think he is. he also spoke about the alleged shower incident. we're going to bring you more to find out how his words might impakt the case against him. >> will the em battled candidate withdraw from the race? >> a bit later on, he's the man behind pop culture icons like the odd couple, laverne and shirley and the fos? now, gary marshal is giving people a reason to believe again. i'll bring you that conversation coming up in our next hour. >> did you show him your fonz? >> oh, i wanted to try the leather jacket. >> did you know that consumers spend almost a day trying to figure out what to buy loved ones during a holiday season? many are still paying off last year's holiday shopping bill. we'll tell you about some of the biggest mistakes holiday shoppers make. >> a lot to get to, but, first, let's turn to the jerry sandusky story. mic
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